BBQ News Roundup: Meat-Cutting Robots and 3D-Printed Steak

Visit the new location for Berry Best BBQ in North Richland Hills for this chopped beef sandwich.Sylvia Lovegren went in search of real American barbecue for American Heritage magazine and determined that Texas barbecue is not “traditional.” Moreover, she claims that “the predominance of the Texas style threatens the existence of traditional barbecue.” Poppycock. John and Brandi Berry, owners of Berry Best BBQ, left their tiny Watauga space to relocate the barbecue joint to a larger venue in North Richland Hills. Texas Highways has an update on Snow’s BBQ, which has been closed (but still shipping barbecue) since March 21. “I’ve been fortunate enough to keep everybody on the payroll,” says owner Kerry Bexley. In the first of our "Small-Town Business Spotlight" series, @geronimolomax caught up with the beloved Snow's BBQ and how the barbecue joint is coping during the COVID-19…View Original Post

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